We have pledged to Stay Safe to Stay Open. It takes all of us.  Please ensure that everyone is adhering to our COVID19 Pandemic Policy.  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Sara VanRoosendaal, Club President at pirateswimclub@gmail.com.  We have an obligation to protect our swimmers, our staff and our community.  Stay Safe to Stay Open PSC Pledge/Main Website.


Thank you for your support!

In unprecedented times, our club has continued to show team unity and we all greatly appreciate your efforts. The success of our return-to-swim plan will require a team effort. That means swimmers, coaches and parents will need to follow the plan, and help others adhere to the plan.

The Board and Coaches have developed a plan to return safely to the pool based on the recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, state & local health departments, municipal officials, as well as USA Swimming, Utah Swimming and regional clubs. We ask that parents stay informed, as criteria could change as we continue through this pandemic.

Parents, please review our Return to Swim Plan Presentation as a family and complete the following steps:

  1. Review the Return to Swim Plan, including Late, Illness & Injury PoliciesCOVID-19 Pandemic Policy with EACH of your Swimmers.
  2. Complete the Online Acknowledgment Form for your FAMILY.
  3. Print & complete a NEW Consent Form for EACH Swimmer and have them bring it with them to their first practice at the Hunter High School Pool.

Swimmers will not be allowed into practice if we have not received the Online Acknowledgment Form for your family and if they do not have a completed NEW Consent Form (Team kids need new ones)  Please note that the Late, Illness & Injury Policies are effective immediately and we will be including them in the Pirate Swim Club Code of Conduct.

 

Please refer to the pictures below for the pool location and how we plan to have swimmers enter and exit the pool.

~PSC Board

updated June 30, 2020